With the celebrated President about to hit theaters for the second time this year, it’s convenient that we get a chance to revisit his first trip with the Blu-Ray release of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
A quirky, generally well-delivered adaptation of the curious work that lays out the secret life of a President who ran afoul of the undead, the film struggles for too much of its runtime to really win you over, but there are a lot of worthwhile moments in it.
Catch our full podcast review here.
Whatever the final verdict may be of the film, or how much you might think Rufus Sewell is basically wasted in it, there’s no denying that we have a fun adventure on our hands, and one that (as is the case with this book, and similar titles) pushes the envelope insofar as what we come to expect from storytelling. »
- Marc Eastman
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